TSA Issues Liquid Ban for Russia Flights

Bringing a restriction on the few flights from the US to Russia into line with the rule that Russia itself imposed earlier this week, the TSA is imposing a temporary new ban on most aerosols, gels, powders, and liquids in carry-ons.

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Why the TSA gave up on knives on planes

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Politics and arrogance likely scuttled the plan by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to allow small knives back on planes, but it’s not clear that fliers are any safer for it.

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TSA eliminates all invasive X-ray machines

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The Transportation Security Administration announced it has finished removing from all airports the X-ray technology that produced graphic and controversial images of passengers passing through security screening checkpoints.

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TSA delays allowing small knives back on planes

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The Transportation Security Administration has decided to delay a controversial new rule that would have allowed small knives to be carried on passenger aircraft. The new rule for small blades — shorter than 2.36 inches in length and less than 1/2 inch in width — had been set to go into effect April 25th.

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TSA keeps the change: $531,000 left at airport security in 2012

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Frazzled and forgetful passengers left more than a half million dollars in spare change in the plastic bowls and bins at airport security checkpoints last year.

What happens to all that money? Click here to find out.